Big Pine Key Fishing Lodge
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Big Pine Key
... fish and lobsters to nurse sharks. It was so awesome seeing all the different things even the jellyfish were cool.
We ate at some really good restaurants and ate fish in a few different ways that arent seen around here. Some of the places we highly recommend are The Sunset Grill (marathon) at the start of the 7 mile bridge - they have excellent food especially the nachos, the strawberry daquiris were outstanding, with live music and a swimming pool. ...
... to another small world moment. I overheard a woman at the pool say she was from NC so I asked where in NC they were from and it turns out she is from Mooresville. In fact, she went to my high school and her husband is related to me by marriage ( his 3rd cousin is married to my 2nd cousin). To top it off, they know my dad.
We made dinner at the outdoor kitchen area of the tiki hut, the ...
... the Southern most point of America and there was a queue to get a photo with it. We weren’t queuing so we stood up on a wall and took a few selfies!
Everything down this end was marked with ‘The Southern Most’, like The Southern Most Café, beach, house, hotel etc. Except there were about 5 hotels all claiming this but only one of them is the real deal!!
We walked to the southern most beach and had a little ...
... to a magical day! The next morning we headed to the Kennedy Space Centre, Stu told me to look out for alligators as he remembered trying to spot them as a kid. I honestly thought he was joking until we pulled up at some lights and there was one just a few meters from the car, OMG!! We had such a great day here, listening to astronauts, watching movies at the IMAX theatre and visiting all of the exhibitions. It just amazed me how big everything was, ...
... up our spot. We were lucky enough to get a covered picnic table and had our lunch. The water was beautiful, nice and warm. The beach was not crowded at all and several people were snorkelling. Lots of seaweed, but lots of clear areas too. We took a walk over to the old bridge that used to connect the keys. It runs parallel to the 7 mile bridge. Then we walked over to the Atlantic Ocean side of the beach and took ...